Kammarman named new soccer chief at LA Galaxy

The Los Angeles Galaxy have named David Kammarman as the club's director of soccer operations with responsibilities that include player personnel, scouting, talent evaluation, MLS communication and collective bargaining agreement compliance.

The Los Angeles Galaxy have named David Kammarman as the club's director of soccer operations with responsibilities that include player personnel, scouting, talent evaluation, MLS communication and collective bargaining agreement compliance.

The Director of Soccer Operations became vacant after Paul Bravo left to take up duties with the Colorado Rapids.

Kammarman, 37, has worked with three other MLS clubs - the Chicago Fire, D.C. United, and the MetroStars - as well as with ESPN on their broadcasts of MLS and U.S. National Team games.

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